Deterrent power | US test launches unarmed intercontinental ballistic missile

An unarmed Minuteman 3 intercontinental ballistic missile was launched from California early yesterday in a test of the weapon system that is part of

Ho Chio Meng trial | Valente reveals ‘confidential expenses fund’

The trial of the former Public Prosecutor General, Ho Chio Meng, is coming to a close as the last witnesses enrolled by the defense were called

Cultural Affairs Bureau directors face disciplinary action

The board of directors of the Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) acting when the Commission Against Corruption (CCAC) report revealed recruitment irregularities will face disciplinary procedures.

EU: “One country, two systems” works well

The European Union (EU) issued its latest annual report on Macau, claiming that the “one country, two systems” principle “continued to work well” in 2016.

Judge bars Chinese billionaire’s post-arrest statements

Prosecutors cannot use post-arrest statements a Chinese billionaire made to the FBI at his Manhattan trial on charges stemming from a United Nations bribery scandal, a judge ruled Wednesday.

China launches first domestically – made aircraft carrier

China has launched its first aircraft carrier built entirely on its own, in a demonstration of the growing technical sophistication of its defense industries and determination

Shanghai approves issuing residence permits to domestic employees

Shanghai publicly announced its first issuance of a residence permit designed for foreigners providing housekeeping services in the city’s Pudong area. Although statistics from

Time management ‘is a question of choice and mindset’

The real challenge of time management resides in ourselves as “time management is a of choice,” said Valérie Hotton, co-founder of Care Consulting company and

China sentences US citizen for stealing state secrets

US businesswoman Phan Phan-Gillis was found guilty on Tuesday of stealing Chinese state secrets two decades ago, according to her lawyer, Shang Baojun. This verdict comes

Hong Kong | Police arrest two disqualified lawmakers over oath fracas

Hong Kong police yesterday arrested two pro-independence lawmakers who were disqualified in a dispute over their oaths, in the latest round of legal action against activists involved

Koreas | Seoul: North holds drill to mark military anniversary

South Korea’s military said yesterday that North Korea held major live-fire drills in an area around its eastern coastal town of Wonsan as it marked

Secretary agrees to review affordable housing rules

The Secretary for Transport and Public Works, Raimundo do Rosário, said during a meeting that “he will in a short term review the affordable housing

Diversified products needed to attract returning visitors

Despite the region’s push for diversifying its non-gaming activities and its hopes of redirecting its visitors to entertainment activities, a scholar has noted that the future of

TrailHiker to expect further improvements this year

This year’s edition of Macau TrailHiker, whose current title sponsor is MGM Macau, is likely to see further improvements, the marathon event’s director Robert Kirby remarked.

Commission: Polling stations to be increased by six

The Electoral Affairs Commission for the Legislative Assembly Election (CAEAL) has a preliminary plan to install polling stations at 35 venues, with one of the venues

Cultural Affairs Bureau | Irregular employment contracts scrapped following CCAC report

The Cultural Affairs Bureau (IC) will terminate employment contracts with 94 of its irregularly recruited staff, as stated in a report released by the Commission Against Corruption (CCAC)